CS Camp Alpha: Computing with Alice
Interested in learning how to program a computer to solve problems? Would you rather learn by making animations and video games? Are you tired of rhetorical questions with obvious answers?
In this camp, students learn about programming by telling stories, making animations and even games using the revolutionary Alice software. Prior programming experience is not assumed. Not only will programming become fun, but students will also learn alongside a professor, making this one of the coolest programs you can be a part of this summer!
CS Camp Beta: Problem Solving with Computing
How does Google Maps give you driving directions? How does Netflix recommend movies for you to rent? How does your email program identify spam/junk email?
In this camp you will learn how to solve real-life problems with designing and writing computer programs in the Java programming language. Prior experience in Java is not assumed. However, prior experience in another programming language (e.g. Alice) is assumed.
- July 15-19, 2019 (Camp Alpha)
- July 22-26, 2019 (Camp Beta)
- Time: 9am-3pm
- Location: Room 127/128, Olin Engineering Complex, Florida Institute of Technology
- Audience: high school students
- Cost: $160 for each camp, lunch is included [$300 for both camps, contact email@example.com for discount code]